Choosing curriculum is one of my favorite parts of homeschooling! I guess I’m a curriculum junkie. 😉 Since we’ve found so many things that work that we want to stick with, “choosing curriculum” has become much simpler these past few years.

Here’s a list of the things that we are using and reusing (or have used for a time for a certain child and really liked):

**All of the links below are affiliate links to these companies.**

Eclectic Homeschool Curriculum:

Bible / Worldview:

Worldview & Theology – What We Believe Series by Apologia
Apologetics – I Don’t Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist & Workbook
Charlotte Mason Scripture Memory Method

Language Arts:

LifePac Language Arts
A Beka Language Arts
McGuffey Readers
Fortuigence Essay Writing Courses


Life of Fred Math + Various Math Games


Apologia Elementary Science
Apologia Jr & Sr High Science

History /Geography:

The Mystery of History
North Star Geography
Once-A-Week Unit Studies


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Jackie B.
Jackie B.
January 4, 2013 5:11 pm

Hi Amber, I am new to your blog and just love it! I noticed that your curriculum list for this year includes The Mystery of History 2. Did you blog or share anything when you did MOH 1? We are fairly new to MOH 1, and any suggestions/tips/ideas would be SO appreciated. Looking forward to reading more, God bless!!!

January 12, 2013 8:28 pm
Reply to  Jackie B.

I didn’t blog specifically about MOH 1 very much. But we loved it. Just enjoy it! Take it at the speed you need to go, you can speed up or slow down depending on your kids ages and abilities. We really enjoyed it.

April 9, 2013 5:23 pm

I was wondering do you supplement any kind of worksheets or workbooks for grammar when using the grammar island & grammar town series? I am thinking of using theese with my 8yr daughter & she likes worksheets!

Thanks & blessings 🙂

July 24, 2015 9:27 am

Hi Amber! It’s been awhile since I’ve commented, thought I’ve still very much enjoyed reading your posts! Are you planning on posting your curriculum choices for 2015-2016? I would love to hear if you’re still using MOH, as well as what else you’ve decided on. God bless!

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